Clean Air Partnership (CAP) prioritizes transportation choices that are sustainable, healthy, affordable, and move people efficiently, such as walking, cycling and transit. Planning for these modes is a key component of creating vibrant and more equitable people-centred communities with net-zero carbon.

Clean Air Partnership's project The Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) guides the active transportation work at CAP. TCAT is a respected and credible leader in active transportation research, policy solutions, and evidence-based programming within Ontario, across Canada, and beyond.

More about TCAT can be found on their website, click on the picture below or here.